From: Myron Ort (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jun 22 2010 - 21:54:48 PDT
You can see from the discussion I have opened about this camera
having "outmoded" double sprocket drives and possibly a problematic
double pull down claw,
that this camera may present special challenges to a potential user
of the camera. As quaint as the old camera is, quality not
withstanding, there would be many other more practical options
available on the market.
If you are selling the camera, it would only be fair to point out the
older format of the camera so an unsuspecting beginner would know
about the difficulty in obtaining film stock, without first modifying
On Jun 22, 2010, at 6:34 PM, Jennifer Saparzadeh wrote:
> Hello Steven,
> It is an old (from late 1920's or 30's) Movikon Zeiss Ikon. I
> have attached
> a photograph if it gives more information about how it should be
> specifically. I don't know what it means for something to be quick
> release, so
> I don't know if this is or not.
> Quoting Steven Gladstone <email suppressed>:
>> Jennifer Saparzadeh wrote:
>>> Hello frameworks,
>>> To clean the inside of a 16 mm camera (the part where the
>>> film goes)
>>> should be used? Alcohol? water? I have no idea- any suggestions
>>> would help.
>> DO NOT USE compressed air IN THE GATE AREA.
>> From either side, ever, ever, never.
>> What kind of camera (Arri 16s, m, Scoopic? ) or a quick release
>> as Aaton, Arri SR, Eclair?
>> Steven Gladstone
>> New York Based Cinematographer
>> Gladstone films
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